Starsky and Hutch are dating the same undercover policewoman while all three try to catch a dance hall killer.

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Joey
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Carol
Joyce Ingalls ...
Kira
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Madame Bouvet
Susan Miller ...
Susan
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Starsky and Hutch are dating the same undercover policewoman while all three try to catch a dance hall killer.

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8 May 1979 (USA)  »

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Det. Dave Starsky: We're supposed to be covering this dancehall where this guy's wiping out these dancehall girls.
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: Right.
Det. Dave Starsky: Well you're not letting him get close enough to the undercover agent who could be our number one pigeon.
Det. Dave StarskyDet. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: Oh that's what this is about?
Det. Dave Starsky: Yeah. He's still on the loose. You're playing on the killer's time.
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: I'm not playing on any killer's time, I was over at Kira's house last night with my eyes wide open on the job.
Det. Dave Starsky: You're not supposed to be over at Kira's apartment.
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: Oh I see. That's what this is ...
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Yeah. Right.
24 July 2016 | by (Michigan) – See all my reviews

Starsky and Hutch fight. Over a woman.

They both want her. They are basically taking turns with. They get all alpha-male and come to blows over her. They ignore their work in order to have her.

How did we get here?

I can only think that, because PMG and DS had their characters connected so perfectly from the start of the show, the only place to grow was apart. The real, first-version Starsky and Hutch would have protected each other's feeling over their own. The manipulative woman in the middle would not have been able to get either one of them caught up in a game like that, much less fighting each other for the privilege.

What made the show worth watching was the extraordinary connection. And now it's gone.


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